Flow School - Introductory
Course #F-101 - 16 hours
This introductory course to flow will start by providing maintenance and engineering personnel with a basic understanding of numerous flow technologies. The basic portion will focus on the physics of flow and concepts applicable to virtually any manufacturer's equipment. Following this introduction, we will proceed with in-depth training on magnetic and Coriolis flow meters. The class will be a combination of classroom and hands-on training.
|03/28/2017 - 03/29/2017||Greenwood, IN United States||1500 USD||Sign up|
|06/06/2017 - 06/08/2017||Matthews, NC United States||1500 USD||Sign up|
dP Transmitters/Primary dP devices
Volumetric vs. Mass Flow
Vortex Shedding Flow Meters
Electromagnetic Flow Meters
Coriolis Flow Meters
Ultrasonic Flow Meters
Thermal Dispersion Flow Meters
Recognize a broad variety of flow technologies and understand the strengths and limitations of each
Work with instrumentation specialists to specify the best type of flow technology for a variety of applications
Set up and commission flow instruments from differential pressure transmitters to Coriolis flow meters.
Use on-board and pc-based tools within instruments to verify the health of the instrument and its signals
Diagnose and correct problems with vortex, magnetic, differential pressure, Coriolis, and ultrasonic flow meters
Who should attend?
Maintenance and engineering personnel
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Time of Flight Fundamentals
Greenwood, Indiana courses are certified by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management for drinking water/wastewater continuing education credits (15 Technical Contact Hours).